Monthly Archive for: "March, 2020"

Bon Jovi wants your help writing a new song

Bon Jovi has already written the first verse and chorus, he just needs help filling in the second verse. He’s asking fans to share personal stories to help create the lyrics, like “how you’re feeling,” “what you’re going through,” “that high school graduation that’s gonna be canceled,” and whatever else folks at home may be […]

Rolling Stones are rereleasing 10 albums on vinyl

The Rolling Stones are rereleasing ten of their albums as half-speed masters on vinyl. Fans will get a new listen to the band’s catalog, with remastered albums from the 1970s to 2000s due for release on May 8th. Here are the albums getting the half-speed mastering treatment at London’s famed Abbey Road Studios: “It’s Only […]

Springsteen released a full concert on youtube to ease your quarantined pain

Bruce Springsteen is helping entertain fans in coronavirus quarantine. He’s released his 2009 concert film “London Calling: Live In Hyde Park” onto streaming platforms for the first time. “Practice social distancing & stream ‘London Calling: Live In Hyde Park’ from the comfort of your own home,” Springsteen writes on Twitter. “Now on YouTube & Apple […]

Coronavirus related songs are getting a big boost

R.E.M.‘s “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” re-entered the chart amid growing global concern over the coronavirus outbreak. Well, apparently that’s not the only virus/survival-related song to see a boost in sales. According to Nielsen, R.E.M.’s classic track has seen a 184% increase in downloads, up to […]

The Bee Gees’ Best Sellers are going Vinyl

The Bee Gees’ five best-selling albums are getting vinyl reissues. All five albums will be reissued on May 8th, on both black vinyl and limited-edition colored vinyl.  The five albums being released include: 1969’s “Best Of Bee Gees” (on black and berry vinyl) 1975’s “Main Course” (on black and whitewater vinyl) 1976’s “Children Of The […]